Crochet C2C Top Down Shawl Pattern

Crochet C2C Top Down Shawl Pattern

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Crochet Tea Cakes Shawl: Top Down Corner to Corner

Crochet Tea Cakes Shawl: Top-Down Corner to Corner

Crochet Tea Cakes Shawl

The Tea Cakes Shawl is essentially half of the C2C x 4 blankets. It’s crocheted from the center circle at the middle top of the shawl and worked outward. You can go as big as you need to go.

The example is 52″ across and 26″ deep from the center to the bottom point. I turned the project in the photo as if you were crocheting it.

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Crochet Tea Cakes Shawl: Top Down Corner to Corner

Crochet Tea Cakes Shawl: Top-Down Corner to Corner

Crochet Tea Cakes Shawl: Top Down Corner to Corner

Crochet Tea Cakes Shawl: Top-Down Corner to Corner

Crochet Tea Cakes Shawl: Top Down Corner to Corner

Crochet Tea Cakes Shawl: Top-Down Corner to Corner

Crochet Tea Cakes Shawl: Top Down Corner to Corner

Crochet Tea Cakes Shawl: Top-Down Corner to Corner

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Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

26 thoughts on “Crochet C2C Top Down Shawl Pattern”

  1. Meredith K. says:

    MIKEY! I’ve got it!! Since I know the increasing portion looks awesome, and it is only the decrease part that looks wonky compared to the increase half – I am going to just make two increases of the same size and join them together!! Then it would look awesome right?!! NO idea why I didn’t think of that sooner (DUH!) – but PLEASE don’t take the video down – you worked hard on it and it’s awesome! I really LIKE this pattern (way more than traditional C2C, which your video was also awesome). I found your video and the crochet diagram you drew in it (at around 4:25 minutes in) WAY more helpful than the written pattern. Thanks again! Happy new year! šŸ™‚

  2. Susan M Martin says:

    Dear Mikey,
    PLEASE do video???

  3. Melanie Raymond says:

    No Blue Button

  4. Nancy I Sanchez says:

    no blue button

  5. Sue McVicker says:

    No Blue Button

  6. Julie G says:

    No blue button ?

  7. Tom Michels says:

    There really needs to be a video of this one. It doesn’t work the same as the blanket.

    1. Marina King says:

      I’m not overly familiar with C2C but aren’t they all triangle before you finish the second half?

      1. Tom Michels says:

        Have you read this pattern? It’s not the traditional C2C. Try it an then comment.

  8. Do you have a tutorial for the shawl the pattern is just not reading right and I cannot get it correct

  9. Do you have a tutorial for the shawl the pattern is just not reading right and I cannot get it correct

    1. I’m sorry Sally. I haven’t filmed this project.

      1. Carol Clapham says:

        I have got this pattern going. i am crochet with a 5. mm hook and Bernat Satin yarn did not want to crochet it with a super chunky. if anyone needs any help i am here just ask.
        Carol.

  10. Andy says:

    There is something definitely wrong with this pattern

  11. Jen says:

    Has there been a tutorial made for this pattern yet? Iā€™m attempting to work it up but am getting stuck

  12. MaryBeth Goodwin says:

    I think there is a miss print in row two should there be 3 chain 7 for even or a chain 7 chain 4 and chain 7

    1. MaryBeth – I am unsure reading your comment I will look it over. – LJ

      1. Kimberley Cornwell says:

        Hi Laura, Will there be a video tutorial for this pattern? Also, judging from the comments, there seems to be some confusion regarding the pattern. Do you have a timetable when the questions will be addressed? I would love to make this but am relatively new in my crochet journey!!! šŸ™‚

  13. Denise Brown says:

    I started this and it works fine till I get to row 4 then it just doesn’t seem to make sense. I’ve tried it again and again, still baffled. Waiting for a tutorial or video please?

  14. Marian de Vries says:

    I have tried so many times to start this shawl but I get stuck in row 4. I will wait for the tutorial. Usually I work with the written pattern only, but not this time:( Determined to make it when the time comes. Thanks to you and the team for all the beautiful patterns.

  15. Linda Wren says:

    I am going to make this shawl. I also have a question on the afghan Mikey was making using the new Caron Cakes. He said he used 7 balls but didn’t say which Caron cakes or the colors he used. They are on sale now so I was wondering if he could tell us.

  16. Kimberley Cornwell says:

    I would love to make this. Will there be a tutorial for this pattern?

  17. Jan Hurst says:

    Please could you post a left-handed version. Many thanks.

    1. These just came out so there isn’t a tutorial available yet for the Crochet Tea Cakes Shawl: Top Down Corner to Corner.

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